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Thule Outrigger II

Una persona puede cargar y descargar un bote con este brazo plegable esclusivo que se acopla a sus barras de carga Thule.

$99.95

Características

  • Soporta hasta el 50% del peso del kayak y evita el contacto con el vehículo
  • El tope integrado de carga evita que el bote se deslice más allá de la barra.
  • Soporta casi cualquier perfil y tamaño de kayak
  • Se ajusta a Thule SquareBar LB50, LB58, LB65 y LB78

Especificaciones técnicas

Número del modelo 847
Repuestos

Descargas

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problem solved indeed

5

I was skeptical at first but I was amazed at how easy the Outrigger II was to install and how easy it is to use. I'm a female 5'2", retired and I always have to have someone help me load and unload my 55# kayak on my SUV. I was very frustrated not knowing if I would have help. This simple accessory makes it very possible for me to load and unload my kayak alone. I installed it on my existing Thule bar roof rack on the passenger side and on the front bar. I lay my kayak parallel to my vehicle on the Outrigger II side with the kayak hole facing up. I put the bow a little in front of the extension bar. I put a piece of spare carpeting (that has rubber on the back) and place it under the stern to hold it from slipping while I lift the bow. I go to the bow of my kayak and face the kayak front to back. I then lift the bow straight up and lay the bow on the extension bar. I then go to the stern and while lifting it I pivot the kayak so it is upside down and then I slide the kayak over the rear roof bar. Because of my height I am just able to get the kayak over the rear bar, but it works nicely. If I were an inch shorter I would have to use my little step ladder. I then go back to the bow and slide the front of the kayak off the extension bar and onto the front rack. I then tie down the kayak to the bars using my NRS 9' straps and finish with a bow and stern rope to the SUV bumper. BTW- I purchased my pair of Thule bar roof racks in 2008 and used them on my Chevy Tahoe. However the clamps didn't fit my new 2018 Chevy Traverse. Through investigation I found out that I didn't need to buy a new rack to fit my new vehicle, but only needed to purchase 4 longer bolts that are threaded the same. Saved a lot of dollars and works perfectly. I'm a happy kayaker.

Tigger

Wonder Lake,Illinois

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problem answered

5

I was skeptical at first but I was amazed at how easy the Outrigger II was to install and how easy it is to use. I'm a female 5'2", retired and I always have to have someone help me load and unload my 55 # kayak on my SUV. I was very frustrated not knowing if I would have help. This simple accessory makes it very possible for me to load and unload my kayak alone. I installed it on my existing Thule bar roof rack on the passenger side and on the front of my SUV. I lay my kayak parallel to my vehicle on that side with the bow a little in front of the Outrigger II extension--the sitting hole is up. I put a piece of spare carpeting (that has rubber on the back) and place it under the stern of my kayak to hold it from slipping while I lift the bow. I go to the bow of my kayak and face the kayak front to back. I then lift the bow straight up and lay the bow on the Outrigger II extension bar. Then I go to the stern and while lifting it I pivot the kayak so it is upside down and slide the kayak over the rear roof bar. I am just able to get the kayak over the bar, but it works nicely. If I were an inch shorter I would have to use my little step ladder. Then I tie the kayak down using my NRS 9' straps and finish with a bow and stern rope to the SUV bumper. BTW- I purchased my pair of Thule bar roof racks in 2008 and used them on my Chevy Tahoe. However they didn't fit my new 2018 Chevy Traverse. Through investigation I found out that I didn't need to buy a new rack to fit my new vehicle, but only needed to purchase 4 longer bolts that are threaded the same. Works perfectly. I'm a happy kayaker.

Tigger

Illinois

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Does not work with all Thule products

1

I have a 2016 Toyota Corolla and ordered the appropriate SquareBar 135, Evo Clamps, and Fit Kit 5148. As those products weren't listed as compatible with the Outrigger, I called Thule to verify. They confirmed that the above products were compatible but simply hadn't been listed. Unfortunately, when my I went to get my rack set up, neither myself nor the experienced staff and my local canoe & kayak shop could these components to work together. They're clearly not compatible.

Hayden

Massachusetts

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